Hike in Scotland’s National Parks

One of the best way to explore Scotland is through its national parks where mountains, tundra, forests, and wildlife can all be found. Tour operator Wilderness Scotland has recently added two new wilderness walking adventures as well as one new luxury walking experience.

Wilderness Scotland has been rated Europe’s No. 1 adventure travel company by National Geographic, and is Scotland’s only five-star accredited adventure tour operator, according to the company. It offers active and nature based travel throughout the British Isles. New tours include:

High Points of the Cairngorms National Park (Six nights)

Exploring Scotland’s largest mountain range, the Cairngorms, travels will hike up peaks as high as 4,000 feet. Along the way, guides will point out rare species like the ptarmigan, capercaillie, red squirrels and osprey. The all-inclusive trip is based out of a private wilderness lodge in Glen Feshie.

National Parks of the UK (Nine nights)

If exploring national parks is priority, clients will love this tour. Stopping at five National Parks in Scotland in England, travels will take part in some of the best hiking in the U.K. Guests will stay in country inns and hotels offering authentic local Scottish and English delicacies such as whisky in the Highlands, cream tea in Yorkshire, and Kendal Mint Cake in the Lakes.

North Highland Coast (Six nights)

Based from the exclusive luxury Kinloch lodge beneath the rocky slopes of Ben Loyal, travelers explore one of the quietest areas of the Highlands with an expert guide, surrounded by superb food and drink. Each day offers new landscapes to explore including mountains, beaches, islands of Sutherlands, and even ruined castes, abandoned villages, and an iron-age ‘broch.’